IFC’s regional office in Kinshasa is seeking an intern as part of our Global Internship Program (GIP). The Global Internship Program (GIP) offers highly motivated individuals an opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of IFC and the broader World Bank Group and become part of the largest private sector development institution in the world. The program encourages individuals to bring new perspectives and innovative ideas to IFC’s work, while improving skills in a diverse and highly stimulating environment. Moreover, the Global Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and network with international professionals dedicated to ending extreme poverty and boosting prosperity in the developing world. Duties and Accountabilities:
Analyze financial statements and build financial, DCF models.
Conduct comparable company analysis to support informed decision-making.
Conduct market and industry research and analysis to determine financial soundness of company or project opportunity.
Analyze and synthesize debt pricing benchmarks and equity trading comparables.
Identify data collection needs to support the assessment of financial, operational, development impact, and market information as well as relevant ES&G matters. Coordinate with the client to obtain needed information.
Distill and summarize large amounts of information from various sources to prepare business documents and presentations, utilizing graphics and tables.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in a Master’s degree level program
Preferred field of study: Masters in Business Administration (MBA);Finance
2-3 years of previous work experience in investment banking, advisory and project finance, financial consulting
Understanding of financial aspects of investment or advisory transactions
Basic understanding of how specific investments or advisory transactions in different industries and sectors impact economic, market, and social development, and how to use mapping methodology to assess market conditions, gaps, and business opportunities.
Attention to detail, thoughtful scenario analysis, and diligence in the quality of one’s own work.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely orally and in writing.